Back in 2014 the Bones were struggling to cope and thought they might find a better life in Australia. But did a trial week deliver what they wanted, and where are they now? Show more
Natasha Raskin Sharp presents as the teams scour Southwell Racecourse antiques fair with experts Thomas Forrester and Tim Weeks. Show more
Michael Portillo's journey ends at Loch Ness, where he joins the Deep Scan research team as they scour the deep for signs of the elusive monster. Show more
The gang are short on time for cooking and exercise so Tom offers solutions to keep them on track, including quick and delicious recipes and some top tips for planning ahead. Show more
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Mamma Mia star Dame Julie Walters tells Victoria about being diagnosed with cancer, how it has changed her and how her most recent scan shows she’s now clear of the illness. Show more
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Mehreen Baig explores the magnificent Staffordshire countryside, following an ancient pilgrimage trail that ends at a holy shrine near the stunning Lichfield Cathedral. Show more
Chris Packham meets animals that use deceptive tactics to find food. Some cheat each other - like sea otters, who demand ransoms after kidnapping pups. Show more
Soap opera based around a busy Dublin Garda station. An incriminating gun troubles one team member, while a link between Rory and Laser is revealed. Show more
Series exploring the expansion of railways in the Victorian era. Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn help get the most famous locomotive in the world, the Flying Scotsman, into steam. Show more
Steve finds out how washing our clothes is harming our marine life. Why has the fish and chips supper changed? And which lobster is making a comeback? Show more
Today Flog It comes from Rochester Cathedral in Kent. Antiques expert Elizabeth Talbot finds a rare Peter Rabbit book, and Adam Partridge discovers a Concorde necklace. Show more
Jamelia, Susan Calman, Gareth Malone and Paul Martin test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Michael Portillo discovers Singapore’s maritime origins and the vision of the 19th-century Englishman who put it on the map. At the iconic Raffles Hotel, Michael treats himself to a Singapore sling. Show more
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Sam and Mark hit the antiques trail with Charles Hanson and Natasha Raskin Sharp in Yorkshire. Show more
Behind the scenes at the V&A, a Mary Quant minidress needs a deep clean. Queen Victoria’s writing case goes on show, and curators acquire the banners of Extinction Rebellion. Show more
Documentary. In Aintree Hospital’s major trauma centre, a 15-strong team are trying to save the life of a young man who has been stabbed in the chest – one of three stabbings to arrive during the day. Show more
After trekking through a glacier system to spend a night in the wilderness, two couples face the axe from Duane and Rena. Show more
As autumn comes to Cornwall, the biggest boats fish through turbulent times offshore. But with Brexit looming, what does the future hold for these big old boats and their crews? Show more
Dom is put through his paces on the front line of American law-enforcement, working as a police officer on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Show more
Can you eat yourself happy? Michael Mosley and team test how food affects your mood, uncover future tech that could warn of dementia, and find the best way to calm a crying baby. Show more
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